Hawaii Zipline Tours
Ziplines On Every Island, Oahu, Kauai, Maui & Big Island
Best Hawaii Zipline Tours
Ziplining in Hawaii has become one of the most popular adventures for visitors of all ages. Whether flying tree-to-tree on a canopy tour or soaring side-by-side over valleys and gulches with spectacular views, you’re sure to have a thrilling day with friends and family on a zipline tour!
Zipline courses are the latest adventure activity to experience during your Hawai’i vacation. The thrill of speeding through the air on a zipline is an experience growing in popularity so each island has an array of courses to choose from.
You don’t have to be a practiced adrenalin junkie to enjoy this dream activity! From single line courses soaring through forests and across mountain slopes in a treetop canopy tour or side-by-side zipping on parallel lines, ziplining has grown to become a safe and fun activity for the whole family! We can help you sort out the different kinds of course, the types of zipline gear, take-off and landings required and locations. You’ll also get the best price available, but be sure to book well in advance. These tours are so popular they are often sold out for weeks!
The first commercial zipline course in the United States was built on Maui in 2002. Today there are 8 zipline courses on the island. Though it may seem like the idea of zipping down a cable through the forests, jungles, and mountain slopes is a fairly new activity for most of us – it’s not a new phenomenon. In fact, ziplines have been in use for hundreds of years! They were used daily in ancient China to cross deep river valleys and streams. They are still in use today as a standard mode of transportation in some parts of China such as in the Hongdae Valley were children cross a 260 ft. line over a 460 ft. deep gorge every day to get to school.
Zipline tours are set up along a course usually running from a higher to lower elevation. The zipline gear and techniques can vary from seated chairs facing forward with handlebars to harnesses that allow you to turn and steer yourself. Some courses have takeoff and landing ramps while others have braking systems that ease you to a stop where you can be disconnected from the line by staff. Since the first commercial zipline course in the United States was built in 2002 right here in Hawaiʻi, the state has some of the most experienced guides and elite companies in the nation. Hawaiʻi has become the perfect place to experience this thrilling adventure through one of the many safe and comfortable tours available. Let us help you find the adventure of a lifetime with the perfect zipline course!